How to Revise before exams?

Exams are near of many students. This worries many students now-a-days. I can imagine this situation as i had also felt this same situation in my times.

Revision is one significant part of my students’ success. Revision enhances the confidence and improves preparation of student. But now the question arises that how many revisions are necessary before exams and of what durations?

So here are few tips to sort out the problems of many students who are uncertain about it:

  • TAKE A LOOK AT EVERY SUBJECTS:

Firstly see how many chapters are there in every subject. Then mark all the chapters which are prepared earlier. This will help you in evaluating your level of preparation.

  • MAKE A TIME TABLE FOR PREPARATION:

Next step will be to make a suitable time table, displaying schedule of every topics . This should be taken as a routine to make and follow it. Timetable can be on daily, weekly or monthly basis. I used to make weekly time table and at the end of week, i used to evaluate my performance. The topics which are not completed within day should be done in next week.

Take a look at my timetable. Topics which was completed are marked.
  • REFER YOUR ‘OWN’ NOTES:

Before exams, always study from your own notes and books. Buying new books or borrowing notes from your friends can be cumbersome for you. So have faith in your hardwork. Revision involves continuous learning which increases your speed of preparation in later sessions.

  • WRITE MORE AND MORE!

In order to clear any exam, always practice the questions in writing. This will raise the speed of writing and also improves the presentation skills. Daily practice of few questions can improve a lot.

  • SOLVE PAST YEARS QUESTION PAPERS:

Reserve your last few days before exams for practicing the past year questions papers. Past year questions papers are available online. Along with these many revision papers are easily available.

So here are few tips of making your revision in light mood.

All the best!

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